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Diagnostic Imaging, P.C.

Diagnostic Imaging is a veterinary imaging practice providing expert mobile ultrasound, radiographic interpretation, and teleradiology services for referring veterinarians in the Denver metropolitan area by Board Certified Veterinary Radiologists, with boundaries extending north to Longmont, south to Castle Rock, east to Aurora, and west to the foothills.

Why do you need an ACVR Board Certified Veterinary Radiologist to be part of your veterinary practice?

No one has as much training and experience in imaging and ultrasound as an ACVR Board Certified Radiologist. Including a Veterinary Radiologist on your animal health care team can maximize the diagnostic potential of imaging studies and heighten the quality of animal care. Board Certified Veterinary Radiologists have completed 3 or 4 years of additional training in ultrasound, radiology, computed tomography, MRI and nuclear medicine following a 4 year DVM or VMD degree and at least a one year intership or general practice. During their training, they have devoted a minimum of 6 months of intense clinical training to diagnostic ultrasound and must perform a minimum of 1000 ultrasound exams. Following training, radiologists become board certified by passing a rigorous exam (written and oral) given by the American College of Veterinary Radiology.

Ultrasound and radiograph conclusions are made on site, immediately following the exam with no waiting for someone else to read or interpret the findings.

Including a Board Certified Veterinary Radiologist in your practice will ensure the best possible care and outcome for your patients.

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There are five Board Certified Veterinary Radiologists on staff at Diagnostic Imaging. The radiologists offer thorough and expert services to referring veterinarians, animal patients and owners.

 

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“The ultrasound training requirements in the American College of Veterinary Radiology (ACVR) exceed those of any other specialty organization in veterinary medicine.” - ACVR Ultrasound Position Statement